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Flip Page Mini Album with Video

Happy Tuesday!
 
I have some exciting news to share-I have joined the design team for Altered Pages! 
This is their mission statement:



"Altered Pages will offer quality products and instruction to assist the art community's quest for creativity.


Happiness draws on positive actions, kind deeds &  a helpful attitude. 
A friend is one who Blesses you with Love, Strengthens you with Prayers and Encourages you with Hope."



I LOVE their intent and passion...best of all-they sell quality products for designers like us! 

Once a month I'll be doing a You Tube Video showcasing some of the products they sell.  Don't worry-you can see more of their products in their wonderful design teams projects: HERE

 

Today I'm sharing a Flipped Page mini album.  You can see more in the video below.
Here a few pictures.




Supplies from Altered Pages:
Kaisercraft Designer Paper
Petaloo Flowers
Leaky Shed diecut (bird)
Gelatos
Platinum stickles
 
Supplies from my stash:
Ivy Hollow Scrap fusion glue
ribbon
solid colored cardstock
black pearl
embossing folder
Vintage photo distress ink
 
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